I'm not an expert, so someone please correct me if I'm wrong, but I think the analysis is off on the Monster Draw video.
On the flop, when villian check-raises to 660, you're getting 2:1 pot odds
at almost 5:1 against hitting your straight on the turn. If he was all-in, then you'd be getting about 2:1 odds of hitting it by the river, and a call would probably be worth it, but it seems like you should have folded here. You don't mention implied odds, so I'm not sure if you were factoring those in, but if he's only got an Ace with a good kicker, you might not get that much more out of him. Two pair or a set might pay you off depending on how scary the board gets.
On the turn, you counted the 6h & Jh twice, so you really only have 15 outs instead of 17. Not a huge difference, but still something to be aware of. After his bet, you're getting 2.5:1 pot odds
at 2:1 against hitting one of your outs, so I think mathematically the call was correct here, but it's unfortunate to be compelled to put in so much of your stack on a draw.